Publications#

Peer-Reviewed Publications#

“Modelling the gut microbiome’s resistance and resilience to climate change and infection in zebrafish” (in-prep)

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2024*

“Investigating the interaction of host genetics and parasite burden on the microbiome in zebrafish” (in-prep)

  • Emilee Lance, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2024*

“Analyzing batch effect correction algorithms for small molecule data using ground truth from a designed experiment” (in-prep)

  • Damon T. Leech, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2024*

“Gut microbiota metabolically mediate intestinal helminth infection in Zebrafish” (in-review)

  • Austin J. Hammer, …, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2024*

“Disentangling the link between zebrafish diet, gut microbiome succession, and Mycobacterium chelonae infection.” Anim. Microbiome. PDF

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2023

“Early Enteric and Hepatic Responses to Ingestion of Polystyrene Nanospheres from Water in C57BL/6 Mice.” Front. Water. PDF

  • Joseph A. Szule, …, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2022

“Revealing General Patterns of Microbiomes That Transcend Systems: Potential and Challenges of Deep Transfer Learning.” Msystems. PDF

  • David, Maude M., …, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2022

“Phylogenetic integration reveals the zebrafish core microbiome and its sensitivity to environmental exposures.” Toxics. PDF

  • Sharpton, Thomas J., …, Michael J. Sieler Jr., …

2021

Conference Presentations#

“Mastering metadata: Utilizing NMDC resources for microbiome research reproducibility.” Connecting Microbiome Communities.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2024*

San Diego, CA

“Modelling the gut microbiome’s resistance and resilience to climate change and infection in zebrafish.” Beneficial Microbes Conference.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2024*

Madison, WI

“Choice of batch correction method is an important factor in small molecule study.” Metabolomics Association of North America.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2023

Columbia, MO

“Effects of diet on growth and the microbiome.” Aquaculture. Slides

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2022

San Diego, CA

“Zebrafish laboratory diets differentially alter gut microbiota composition.” 3rd Intl. Fish Microbiota Workshop, Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences. Slides

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2021

Beijing, China (virtual)

Conference Posters#

“The human gut microbiome at the intersection of public health and social equity”. Oregon Public Health Association

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2024*

“How do external environmental factors impact the gut microbiome to influence host health?” ARCS Foundation Poster

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2022

Portland, OR

“The Gut Microbiome Drives Benzo[a]pyrene’s Impact on Zebrafish Behavioral Development.” 2nd Intl. Fish Microbiota Workshop, University of Oregon.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2019

“The Gut Microbiome Drives Benzo[a]pyrene’s Impact on Zebrafish Behavioral Development.” CAS Student Showcase, Oregon State University.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2019

Other Presentations#

“ASM professional development series for Oregon microbiologists: Careers in academia vs. industry” American Society for Microbiology.

  • Michael J. Sieler Jr., et al.

2024*

Corvallis, OR

Other Publications#

Undergraduate Thesis#


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